Norton Rose Fulbright advises management shareholder on L’Occitane €6 billion take-private offer

Global Press release - Business May 2024

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised a management shareholder of L’Occitane Group S.A. on its shareholding and other related arrangements in relation to the skin care company’s €6 billion take-private offer of L’Occitane International S.A.

L’Occitane International S.A. listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange 2010 and was one of the first international companies to sell its primary shares in the Asian financial hub at the time. L’Occitane Group, headquartered in Luxembourg, owns eight brands with more than 3,000 retail locations and 1,300 own stores in 90 countries.

A Norton Rose Fulbright team led by partner Charles Bremner, senior consultant Camille Jojo and partner Rachel Chan advised the client with support from the wider Hong Kong team which included associates Stephanie Chan and Rainbow Fu as well as international trainee Queenie Mok. Paris-based partner Jean-Claude Rivalland and Head of Luxembourg Torsten Sauer and associate Katia Mazouz Bennaji also assisted on this deal.

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